Serani, D. (in press). Wellness programs and their value in fighting stigma. Journal of Law Enforcement.
Serani, D. (2010). The importance of proper media coverage of suicide. Suffolk County Psychological Association, Summer:3-4.
Serani, D. (2008). If it bleeds, it leads: The clinical implications of fear-based programming in news media. Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy, 24(4): 240-250.
Serani, D. (2005). Cutting: The quiet epidemic. Suffolk County Psychological Association, Spring:1-4.
Serani, D. (2004). Expanding the frame: Psychoanalysis after September 11. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 68(1): 1-8.
Serani, D. (2002). The analyst in the pharmacy. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 32(2/3): 229-241.
Serani, D. (2002). Understanding psychoanalysis. The Participant-Observer, 4(1): 4-6.
Serani, D. (2001). Yours, mine and ours: Analysis with a deaf patient and a hearing analyst. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 37: 655-671.
Serani, D. (2000). Silence in the analytic space, resistance or reverie: A perspective from Loewald's theory of primordial unity. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 36: 505-519.
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“Education is not just the filling of a pail, it is the lighting of a fire.”
~ B. F. Skinner, Psychologist
“Thought is action in rehearsal.”
~ Sigmund Freud, Psychoanalyst
“To find a mountain path all by oneself gives a greater feeling of strength than to take a path that is shown.”
~ Karen Horney, Psychoanalyst
“We may define therapy as a search for value.”
~ Abraham Maslow, Psychologist
“The best years of your life are the ones in which you decide your problems are your own. You do not blame them on your mother, the ecology, or the president. You realize that you control your own destiny.”
~ Albert Ellis, Psychologist
“What we see changes what we know. What we know changes what we see.”
~ Jean Piaget, Psychologist